Jess is acting deputy when he catches a man breaking into the sheriff's office. He is a released felon who was a gunfighter that says he was framed for a robbery by Sheriff Mort Cory who is out of town. He wants revenge for being framed.


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Episode cast overview:
Slim Sherman (credit only)
Dennis Holmes ...
Pat Conway ...
Tom Wade
Julie Wade
Milt Lane
Roy Bartell (as Keven Hagen)
Joe Bartell
Eddie Baker ...
Elderly Gentleman

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Jess Harper is acting deputy in Laramie while Mort Cory is in Denver when he catches Tom Wade searching files in the sheriff's office. Wade is an ex-con, sent to prison for a crime he claims he didn't commit and he appears to be down and out on his luck. Jess and Tom know of each other by reputation but they have never met. Jess loans Tom some money which he uses to win big against the Bartell brothers who are known trouble makers. Julie Wade, Tom's wife, arrives in Laramie looking for Mort Cory, since they've been working trying to clear her husband. She tells Jess that Wade is out to kill Mort Cory, the man he believes framed him and sent him to prison. Meanwhile Milt Lane, Wade's former employer and the man who really framed him for robbery, has come to town to help his 'friend' Tom. Lane really wants Wade dead and he doesn't care who gets in the way, including Jess and Mort Cory. Written by DarSpi

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12 December 1961 (USA)  »

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The previous episode featured Myron Healy, this one Harry Lauter. These two character actors were frequent "faces" in the 1950s and 1960s, and often confused for each other. See more »

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